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I used insoles for about a year. At first it looks like that it makes a big difference, but it's hard to tell after the initial excitement goes off.
I used it mostly on clubbing where guys are usually taller. I'm not sure if they really made a serious difference. At first, like when you get a new haircut or new jacket, you think girls are checking you out more...but after some time it seems to get back to normal, it's mostly on your head. The same thing with insoles. In the first months, the confidence is higher and you feel better looking, but it dies out slowly when you get used to them.
Also, it's really hard to tell objectively how much 2 inches help. There are so many variables to take into account. It depends on the girls on the venue, what you're wearing, your haircut, the number of (hot) guys there, they way you feel, height relative to your friends, etc.
The only way to tell exactly if it really makes a difference or not is to hit a huge amount of girls with and without the insoles, in the same venue, with the same clothing and style. Like in many things, our perception of the reality is so fucking strange.
Anyway, it can make a difference or not, 2 inches is not that much for a short girls....probably it's much more noticeable for taller girls and those who are very hang on height.
I'm not using them anymore because it accentuated my anterior pelvic tilt, so it's not good for my back and posture...also make me feel fake(I'm 5'9 - avg. height in my city for my age is 5'11).
Hi everyone. Looking for a pair of high top type dress shoes I can wear customizable shoe lifts in that are appropriate for work. 5'11.5 but would love to get to 6'1-6'2. Not looking to spend more than 80$.
It's not that much of a hindrance and if you think it is, buy shoe lifts.
All that needs to be said about it. It matters, but it doesn't matter that it matters because you can't change it. Having a perfectly proportioned face matters too, but guys with far less than perfect faces get laid plenty.
My lay count isn't anything to call home about, but I'm 5'7" and while I certainly feel insecure about it sometimes (especially at night if most people there are taller than me), I've never felt like it's stopped me. If some girls screen me out, so be it. There are enough girls, including hot ones, who don't screen me out for it. When I go out to bars, I put lifts into boots and get myself up to about 5'10". The main "problem" I've had with height is I sometimes avoid hitting on girls who are taller than me. But that's my own problem that can be fixed by just hitting on those girls anyways.
My general rule is: during the day, I wear the most stylish shoes I can to max out style. At bars/clubs, since girls can't even really see my shoes, I wear boots and lifts to max my height.
who gives a shit your not gonna get taller so stop obsessing over shit you cant change. Anything over 2.5 heel lifts on shoes look ridiculous. Where boots or shoes that make you a tiny bit taller if they fit the rest of your wardrobe but you better learn to get over it quick cuz u will never be taller. Im 5'6 and hooked up with a smoke show whos like 3.5-4 inches taller than me last week. Focus on being ur best self and stop worrying about the latest heel lift and shit cuz wen the girls gets back to ur place and u take ur space boots off her pussy might dry up and be like wtf
wen the girls gets back to ur place and u take ur space boots off her pussy might dry up and be like wtf
Not gonna happen. Hot girls cover their faces in makeup, wear push-up bras, hair extensions, and all sorts of other hacks to their appearance. They're probably more worried about what you're gonna think when you see her the next morning.
The only people who say maxing your height is bad are short dudes. They are the only ones who think it is "wrong" or "weird" to wear lifts or elevator shoes. A lot of them are hung up on their insecurity about being short and think they need to prove something by "owning" it, i.e. refusing to do anything about it. They're really afraid to max their height (they think awful stuff will happen like everyone will notice and laugh at them, and even girls who go home with them will "catch" them in their bedroom and then laugh at them and leave), which is just a manifestation of that insecurity. By maxing their height, they're admitting they wish they were taller, and that it actually does matter to girls. A lot of short guys insist on pretending they don't care, and that girls don't care.
This all made a lot more sense when I noticed it's only short guys who say all this stuff. Plenty of guys over 6 feet tall wear lifts and don't even think twice about it. I can add almost 5 inches to my height with boots and lifts when I go out to bars, which gets me to nearly six feet. I agree that elevator shoes past 3 inches look goofy, just because of how they're shaped. It's not good style. With the right kinds of boots you can get more and it looks fine. The only downside is it gets uncomfortable walking around in those things after a while.
does anyone have tips for 1) how to walk naturally in lifts and 2) still have good posture? i'm wearing them with a really nice pair of boots that bring me from 5'7 to 5'10-5'11 which i like a lot. however i tend to wobble a bit and i think my posture might be suffering. that being said, it's only been a week wearing these new boots however.
I wear 3-inch height-increasing-insoles (just so I can be a 6ft5 asshole) and it took me about 2 weeks to learn to walk in them .Give it another week mate, and you'll get the hang of it.
Make sure you tie the laces as absolutely tight as you can. Not just the bit you tie, but pull them tight right down at the very bottom row, then righten the next row up, then the next row up, etc. That massively reduces the "wobble" you feel when you walk.
There's a reason ski boots are done up so fricking tight.
How tall are you Luniac? I find most of the insoles you get in amazon work but to get rid of that 'heel' sensation you need to buy the shoes around the insoles not vice versa. In other words when you buy news shoes you should test them with the insoles first. Kind of hard to do now with shopping being what it is. But I know for a fact that I take size 11 with nike air maxes with the particular insoles I have so it makes it easier whenever I buy new trainers online (like last week actually).
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